Ever since the MTN8 quarterfinals loss to Mamelodi Sundowns in penalties we have not really seen Itumeleng Khune, Stuart Baxter has not really said much about Itumeleng Khune's progress and if he is going to use him in the near future, gone are the days where Khune was Kauzer Chiefs first choice these days he is lucky to even be on the team sheet for game days.
Will there be any redemption for Itumeleng Khune or are his professional football career days gone, should Itumeleng be given an opportunity to prove himself again? Itumeleng Khune is becoming forgotten he is no longer Mr popular in South African football but the once former Bafana captain needs to be given an opportunity to prove himself and ge needs to give himself that opportunity to prove himself.
Itumeleng Khune needs to redeem himself but he can't do so without getting an opportunity to prove himself and Stuart Baxter is the only one who can give Itumeleng Khune that opportunity right now, do drop a comment on whether you think Itumeleng Khune needs another opportunity to redeem himself.
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